Grace Naa Ardua Armah is a young Pharmacist with a B.Pharm from KNUST and a Master of Public Health from University of Ghana. She holds a Certificate in Leadership and Management in Health from University of Washington.
Grace fellowships with the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Dominion Congregation, Dome Pillar 2 and is the President of both the Young Peoples’ Guild and the Dominion Praise Ministry. She also serves on the Harvest and Worship Committees of her church.
Nana Ama Mireku
Nana Ama Mireku-Gyimah is a daughter of God who loves to minister in song and theatre.
She is passionate about evangelism and sharing the Word of God in its pure undiluted form to all and sundry especially kids.
She is a pharmacist and a lecturer of Pharmacognosy at the University of Ghana School of Pharmacy.
A young follower of Jesus Christ who also doubles as Head of the Language Solutions Division in Livingstone Strategic Initiatives Management.
My interests include theatre, writing, music, reading and fashion. I believe that no one should look down on me because of my age. Rather, I must be an example in speech, life, love, faith and purity.
Dr. Mrs Jennifer T. Forkuo
Medical doctor and wife to an amazing Man. I’m the second girl amongst four children and part of a family of six God-fearing and love God.
Humble and respectful.
I love to help others and counsel.
Current role in her career journey: Brand Manager – Deodorants (Unilever Ghana Ltd.)
Education: Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology.
She lives by her purpose “Shaping ideas, turning good to great,” and is passionate about giving back in any form. Her purpose makes her a mentor at heart, consistently looking for growth in others not forgetting self.
Her goal for her mentees will be to see that they find their true identity in Christ and manifesting that identity to their best in all aspects of their lives.